Recognizing personal biases in others
In the same way our own unconscious biases can be difficult to think about, it can also be challenging to identify personal biases in others, especially in a workplace setting where culture and power structures might make us uncomfortable speaking up. This is why creating a positive work culture is so important - and this can only be achieved when we work together.
In this lesson, Debra Blair will talk through the best ways to recognize other people’s personal biases, and the steps you can take to mitigate their impact for a more fair and positive workplace culture.
You will learn:
- How to identify other people’s personal biases
- How to you can shift focus to mitigate the biases of others
This lesson is ideal for anyone in the hospitality industry who wants to learn more about what diversity means and how to create an inclusive workplace culture.
Director of Organizational Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Temple University School of Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM)Read More